The Learning Center

Located in the Temple Hill area of Castlewood, VA.

 

The Learning Center Accepting Teacher Applications

The Learning Center is accepting applications for elementary and high school teachers for the 2017-2018 academic year.

Click here for an employment application or one may be picked up at the school.

For more information please call 276-762-5700 or e-mail thelearningcenter09@yahoo.com

2017 – 2018 Registration

Parents,

Registration for the 2017-18 academic year continues. The registration fee is $350 and the book rental fee is $550 (both due by August 10). Registration forms for new and returning students are available by selecting the appropriate link below.

New Student Registration Form

Returning Student Registration Form

I am excited to begin planning for the upcoming school year and look forward to all that God has in store for TLC.  I pray God’s will is accomplished in the lives of our students and He is glorified in all we do!

In Christ,

Mrs. Becky

Unspoken in Concert

TLC will be hosting a back to school concert on August 12, 2017, to kick-off our 2017-2018 school year! Unspoken will be our featured band performing at the Higher Ed Center in Abingdon, VA.  Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the show will start at 7 p.m.

We are blessed to be able to offer this event not only as a great fundraising opportunity, but also as a wonderful chance to join together as a school family in praise and worship as we celebrate God’s goodness and the start of another great year of school!

General admission seating is $20. Seating is limited, so order your tickets today by calling (276) 202-6200.

The Learning Center Announces Arbor Day Art Contest Winner

Students from the Learning Center recently participated in the 13th annual Arbor Day event and art contest hosted by the DMME.  Our students and others from Russell County schools submitted artwork on the theme “Cleaning up the Clinch While Powering Virginia.”

Regan Trent won the art contest and his design was featured on t-shirts worn by students at the event.  Congratulations Reagan!

The Learning Center Announces Winners in VFW Voice of Democracy and Patriots Pen Essay Contest

Students from The Learning Center recently participated in the VFW Voice of Democracy and Patriots Pen essay contest. Caleb Nunley won 2nd place in the Voice of Democracy, and Ethan Owens won 3rd place in the Patriots Pen.

Veterans and members of the Ladies Auxiliary from VFW Post #8652 presented the winners with certificates, medallions, and cash awards.

Congratulations Caleb and Ethan!!

TLC History Fair

This year was TLC’s 1st annual History Fair.  Students did such an excellent job, and there were so many outstanding projects!! Below are this year’s winners listed by grade category:

1st-2nd grade:     

1st place:  Grayson Monk
2nd place:  Madelyn Musick
3rd place:  Caylee Jessee
Honorable Mention: Peyton Collins

3rd-6th grade:     

1st place:  Ethan Owens
2nd place:  Christian Nunley
3rd place:  Lydia Owens
Honorable Mention: Bryce Stinson

7th-10th grade:    

1st place:  Caleb Nunley
2nd place:  Reagan Trent
3rd place:  Daniel Johnson
Honorable Mention: Abigail Carter

The Learning Center Announces Winner Lonesome Pine Poetry Contest

The Learning Center middle school and high school students recently participated in the 30th Annual Lonesome Pine Short Story contest and the 13th Annual Lonesome Pine Poetry contest. There were over 240 entries in the contest.

Austin Gardner won 2nd place in the middle school poetry category with her poem “The River of Peace”. Austin received a certificate and cash award presented at the John Fox, Jr. Literary Festival held at Mountain Empire Community College on March 22.

Congratulations Austin!!

Welcome to the The Learning Center

 

The Learning Center is an inter-denominational Christian school teaching the truth as revealed in God’s Word.

It is an outreach of Rejoice Ministries located in the Temple Hill section of Castlewood, Virginia.